Back in 2013 when 432 Park Avenue was only 10 stories tall, its prized $95 million penthouse went into contract. Working off of a substantiated hunch, TRD reports that the buyer is probably Saudi Arabian retail and real estate titan Fawaz Al Hokair. The 8,255-square-foot penthouse, which when it closes will be the second priciest apartment to sell in the city only after One57's $100.5 million condo, has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and covers a full floor of the building. Being that 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential building in the hemisphere and all, the penthouse at the tippy top of the building is the highest residence in New York City. It entered contract with a price per square foot north of $11,300.
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· Saudi billionaire said to be buyer of $95M penthouse at 432 Park [TRD]
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